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Boomkat Product Review:
Jori Hulkkonen presents his second album of moody modern electro-pop as Processory with vocalist Jerry Valuri. It's now four years since their eponymous debut and as with most of Jori's productions, their sound is technologically updated while retaining a timeless pop sensibility. 'Change Is Gradual' is split as a three part suite. Part One shuffling through icy blue pop like 'All Good Things', Jerry sounding a lot like Bernard Sumner, through the arresting harpsichord and widescreen synth washes of 'Nightfall' and downbeat synthsoul on 'The Books I Never Read' or 'Btween 0 and 1'. Part Two includes a real gem on 'Recovery Measures', like a more low-lit, blunted Villa Nah, and weird synth accents on 'Farewell, Wefare'. Part Three emabarks with a boost of NRG on 'Contemporary Nihilist', transferred to the pulsing electro-techno of 'Hours Too Late, Years Too Soon', and arrives at an emotive highlight on 'In The Unlikely Event Of An All Life Erasing Gamma-Ray Burst, This Is The Soundtrack'.